1 Avenue du Casino, Montréal, QC H3C 4W7, Canada
Located in the former Expo'67 French Pavilion (Pavillon de la France), the Casino de Montréal was inaugurated on October 9, 1993. At the time, it housed 65 gaming tables and 1,200 slot machines. The casino was an instant success, with average daily visitor numbers reaching the 12,000 mark.
The casino was expanded for the first time in 1994 and again in 1996, when it took over the former Québec Pavilion.
After 4 years of renovations, the Casino de Montréal took an unmistakable turn towards the future and, on November 21, 2013, officially unveiled its new gaming and entertainment areas. The Casino de Montréal's Pavillon de la France now boasts completely renewed interior architecture. The giant multimedia wall, measuring 14 meters wide by 21 meters high, is used for spectacular projections and is in itself a unique and distinctive feature in the Casino's immediate competitive market.
Among the world's largest casinos and being the biggest one in the North America, the Casino de Montréal provides five floors of gaming, each more exciting than the last, and is one of the city's star attractions. Since 1997, the Casino has been open day and night.
The Casino de Montréal features:
- A hundred gaming tables, including Baccarat, Grand Baccarat, Midi Baccarat, Mini Baccarat, War, blackjack, Blackjack Switch, craps, Mini Craps, Three Card Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let it Ride Poker, Pai Gow Poker, High Card Flush, Wheel of Fortune, American and English roulette, Sic Bo, Spanish 21 and Ultimate Texas Hol'em poker.
- Four restaurants